Hi, I am am very concerned because yesterday I was diagnosed, via vaginal ultrasound, with a hyperechoic area in my right ovary measuring 3.8 x 3.6 x 3.3 cm. My doctor tested my blood for the following tumor makers: AFP, Beta hCG and CA125. The nurse called me today and said that all of the blood values were within the normal range and that the doctor will talk to me soon. How good are these test at diagnosing cancer? What freaks me out the most is that the mass is present, the nurse acted like I should be so happy about the blood work but I still have a golf ball size mass in my ovary. What is the general prognosis/diagnosis for my situation?
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